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The first episode of the Animation, series Bear in the Big Blue House season 1, 2, 3, 4 was released in 2002-09-09 by Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The TV show was created by and directed by Mitchell Kriegman. Actors in the cast include Noel MacNeal, Lynne Thigpen, Carmen Osbahr, Geoffrey Holder, Tyler Bunch. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .
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Welcome To Woodland Valley (1)
air day: 2002-09-09
In the first a part of “Welcome to Woodland Valley,” viewers be taught tragic occasion has occurred in Woodland Valley — a tree has fallen and ruined a part of the village library. Everyone’s upset about it, however the whole Woodland Valley neighborhood is pulling collectively to assist out. When the youngsters of the Big Blue House, together with Harry, discover out, they resolve to assist in their very own manner. Viewers discover extra of Woodland Valley than they’ve ever seen earlier than, visiting the library, the submit workplace, the normal retailer and the mouse faculty that Tutter might be attending, amongst different areas.
Welcome to Woodland Valley
This episode was created partly as a response to the World Trade Center assaults of September 11, 2001. Though there isn’t a reference to the particular occasions, the episode makes use of the theme of a constructing being destroyed and a neighborhood coming collectively.
Beginning with this episode, the opening sequence, theme, and shutting sequence are modified. The opening sequence and theme now take viewers on a brief tour of Woodland Valley earlier than ending at the Big Blue House.
Welcome To Woodland Valley (2)
air day: 2002-09-09
In the second half of the two half particular, the plans are coming collectively for a potluck dinner Bear is holding. Everyone will get collectively at the Big Blue House, eat good meals and discuss options to repair up the library. The youngsters are onerous at work gathering books to revive the library’s assortment. And Doc Hogg is getting all the way down to enterprise as to simply what to do about the tree at the moment occupying a big portion of the library. He needs to take away it, chop it up and use it for firewood to warmth all of Woodland Valley, however Ojo makes a discovery that modifications the plan — a few possums dwelling inside the tree.
Everything’s Great About the Library
Woodland Valley Cha Cha
This is a direct continuation from Part 1.
Brad Garrett and Gilbert Gottfried voice the Possums in this episode and obtain a “With” credit score. They had beforehand appeared on Hollywood Squares with Bear.
Step By Step
air day: 2002-09-16
Tutter is on the point of begin Mouse School. His instructor, Miss Maxwell, is coming to go to him at the Big Blue House. Tutter is worked up about the go to, however worries over issues like what tie he ought to put on and the way he ought to introduce himself. Then, Ojo, Pip and Pop inform him that he’ll should know quite a bit to go to highschool, and he begins to fret that he is simply not prepared. As he frets, Treelo helps Bear to make a cake. And after they all pay a go to to the General Store, Pip and Pop observe the coaching wheels on Ojo’s bike. Worried they make her appear to be just a little bear, she borrows Bear’s wrench to take away them.
(Take It) Step By Step
First Day At Mouse School
air day: 2002-09-17
It’s lastly Tutter’s very first day at Mouse School. He’s actually excited and fortunately reveals off his bookbag and different faculty provides to the different youngsters in the Big Blue House. Meanwhile, Bear and Doc Hogg share a cry over how a lot he is rising up. But when it comes time to go to highschool, Tutter is scared that he will not match in. Bear agrees to accompany him and to attend outdoors the faculty, till he is comfy with being there with out him.
First Time for Everything
air day: 2002-09-20
Pip and Pop are desirous to introduce Bear and everybody at the Big Blue House to Rocko — an outdated pal of theirs that they have not seen in a very long time. On the technique to decide him up, they describe him to Bear as being a bit shy, so it comes as a giant shock when the Rocko they meet up with seems to be full of vitality — singing and dancing and raring to go. Indeed, it looks like Rocko’s going to be a whole lot of enjoyable at first, however then he begins making an attempt to play video games that everybody’s uncomfortable with and behaving rudely. Suddenly, no one needs to play with Rocko, however Bear wonders if Rocko is hiding one thing behind his “cool” persona.
What a Good Friend I Could Be
Everyone goes to the motion pictures to see Hare, starring puppets from The Tale of the Bunny Picnic. The title of the film is a spoof on the title of the hit Broadway musical, Hair.
When telling Bear about the film Hare, Lois tells him that Roger Ebert says that it captures an essential second in bunny tradition and goes on to say that he provides it a “great big wing up.”
The identify of the sport that Rocko suggests in this episode, “William, Don’t Tell” is a reference to the Swiss hero William Tell who was the reference for the well-known “William Tell Overture.”
When Harry Met Hallie
air day: 2002-11-04
Harry visits the Big Blue House with huge information — his Mama has laid an egg and it’ll be hatching actually quickly! Everyone in the Big Blue House is worked up about the hatching. They pay Mama Duck a go to, however then return to the Big Blue House to offer her some peace. Harry is worked up at first to be a giant brother, however doubt begins to creep in when the youngsters at the Big Blue House inform him a few of the issues they’ve heard about infants. It begins to look like there is not going to be any time for him. He remembers their predictions as Doc Hogg unconsciously talks him out of his favourite toy and Treelo attracts an image — not for him, however for the child.
Lucky Day, Ducky Today
Someone to Look Up to You
Harry’s little sister, Hallie, is born in this episode. Mama names her this after her babushka, Halinska.
The title of this episode references the movie When Harry Met Sally
Harry’s favourite toy, Swanny, performs a tune with lyrics which are a riff off of the Irish people tune “Danny Boy.”
Show and Tell
air day: 2002-09-18
Ojo is in a rush for Tutter to get house from Mouse School in order that they will play their favourite sport, Cave Explorers. Bear goes to choose Tutter up and finds out that Tutter has an task — everybody at Mouse School is to offer a show-and-tell of their favourite factor on Monday. Tutter considers it a giant duty and is raring to get began, regardless that Bear notes that he has all weekend to work on it. Tutter will get so caught up in the challenge that he tells Ojo he would not have time to play cave explorers. Ojo turns into upset and feels that each one Tutter ever talks about anymore is faculty. Meanwhile, Bear plans for a soothing day at the Big Blue House, however is distracted by a leaky faucet.
My Favorite Stuff
The Best Thing (My Favorite Stuff reprise)
Watch Bear’s reactions throughout Tutter’s over-the-top music about his favourite stuff. At numerous factors, he cleans out his ear and provides odd appears to be like.
Tutter Gathers Some Moss
air day: 2002-09-19
Bear is teaching the soccer crew for Mouse School. At the first crew follow, the crew is confused by Bear’s sophisticated diagram, whereas Tutter is amused by a remark of Moss’. Tutter decides he needs to be Moss’ pal, however is frightened as a result of he is by no means really made a brand new pal earlier than. He’s identified the youngsters in the Big Blue House virtually his complete life and thinks of them as household. When he hears that Ojo made mates with Christine Rabbit by doing good issues for her, he will get the concept that the technique to make mates with Moss is to impress him.
With a Friend Like Moss
There is not any Shadow section in this episode.
Tutter’s invention from “Look What I Made,” the mouseapult, reappears in this episode. Additionally, Tutter as soon as once more fantasizes about going to the Moon, like in the “When I’m Older” music from “Mouse Party.”
History Herstory Bearstory
air day: 2002-09-23
When Bear performs hide-and-seek with Tutter and Ojo, Ojo places an abrupt finish to the sport when she requires the two of them. It seems that she’s found one thing attention-grabbing — some kind of outdated stones or bricks. Bear says that it appears to be like like the stays of an outdated home and so Tutter and Ojo resolve as soon as once more to be detectives and work out what the cope with it’s. Bear takes them to the library the place they discover a image of the home because it as soon as was in a guide titled Houses of Woodland Valley. Otto and Etta acknowledge the identify of the house’s proprietor — Hephaestus as being the identify of Jeremiah’s great-grandfather. So Bear, Ojo and Tutter head to the General Store, the place Jeremiah has a fairly a narrative for them.
The Mystery of History
The Mystery of History (Reprise)
According to manufacturing order, that is the 100th episode of Bear in the Big Blue House.
There is not any Shadow section in this episode.
At the Old Bear Game
Pip and Pop completely love baseball. They acquire baseball playing cards and are particularly obsessive about Ferret Jeeter, whom they imagine to be able to any kind of wonderful feat. They declare Ferret Jeeter to be their hero and take little discover of Bear’s makes an attempt to inform them that he is aware of Ferret Jeeter. After all, everybody is aware of Ferret Jeeter. But it seems that Bear actually does know him personally; he and Ferret have been classmates (and teammates) at Hazelnut High. Bear invitations Ferret over to the Big Blue House, the place he teaches the gang some issues they by no means knew about Bear.
He Can Do It All
Oh, What a Game
Bear provides his assortment of baseball playing cards to Pip and Pop. Included in the album are playing cards of some extra gamers with spoof names — Joe DiMagpie, Willie Neighs and Jackie Robinsegg, which, respectively, are performs on the names of baseball greats Joe DiMaggio, Willie Mays and Jackie Robinson.
The Amazing Skippy
Treelo invitations his squirrel pal Skippy for a go to to the Big Blue House and the youngsters are all excited to satisfy him. They are all stunned to be taught that Skippy is blind and have a whole lot of questions for Bear whereas Treelo takes Skippy on a tour. They be taught from Bear that Skippy has a incapacity, however is not sick and that he likes to do a lot of the similar issues they do. As Skippy joins the youngsters throughout the day, they start to marvel if he has particular powers. He appears to know issues that he seemingly could not know with out some kind of particular energy. Skippy, nevertheless, teaches them that there is a lot one can inform by utilizing all one’s senses.
What’s That Smell?
Oh What a World It Can Be
The closing credit of this episode embrace the following observe: “With special thanks to The American Council of the Blind for their generous participation.”
The music “What’s That Smell?” returns for the fourth season.
When everybody’s questioning what’s enjoying at the theater, Ojo suggests Take the Bunny and Run, a Woodsy Allen movie. This is a riff on the Woody Allen movie Take the Money and Run.
Let’s Hit the Road
air day: 2002-09-20
At Mouse School, Miss Maxwell broadcasts a subject journey and provides all the mice a permission slip for his or her mother or father or guardian to signal. Tutter is worked up about the journey at first and eagerly tells the youngsters at the Big Blue House about it when he will get there. When he tells them that Miss Maxwell stated the location can be a shock, Pip and Pop determine that the journey should be to a subject. The youngsters take into consideration all of the enjoyable issues they might do on a visit round the world. Tutter, nevertheless, turns into very frightened that he’ll be stranded in the center of nowhere. He hides his permission slip from Bear and later decides to pretend being sick. Meanwhile, Ojo plans a giant journey on her bike. She plots out her course, however finds that typically you want a information, reminiscent of a accountable grownup, to assist out. When Miss Maxwell hears that Tutter is frightened about the journey, she supplies him with some reassuring, but additionally a bit shocking information.
The Wide, Wide World
Great Ball of Firefighters
Show Your Stuff
air day: 2003-10-27
It’s an abnormal day at the Big Blue House, however Bear decides to verify his calendar, questioning if there’s something particular coming. He checks his calendar and finds that tomorrow is Teacher Appreciation Day. Wondering if Tutter and the different mice at Mouse School know, he decides to inform them earlier than soccer follow. It seems when he arrives that the mice have been simply in the center of speaking about how a lot they like Miss Maxwell. Bear decides to separate all of them into groups of two, and companions Tutter with Lily to make Miss Maxwell a present. Tutter’s not too positive about the arrangment at first, worrying that the shy and quiet Lily will not be superb at serving to him to make Miss Maxwell a present. Bear, nevertheless, persuades Tutter to offer Lily an opportunity and issues begin coming collectively properly. They write a poem for Miss Maxwell. There’s one other particular appreciation shock afterward. In the Shadow section, Shadow retells Aesop’s Fable ‘The Lion and the Mouse’.
Teacher Appreciation Day (often known as National Teacher Day) is well known on the first Tuesday of the first full week of May. Bear’s calendar in this episode reveals Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May seventh.
The Great Bandini
air day: 2003-11-03
One weekend, Bear decides to begin a brand new interest — “whittlin’.” He will get a block of wooden and an instruction guide, however finds that his early efforts do not look very like the duck in the guide. He determines, nevertheless, to maintain making an attempt. Meanwhile, the youngsters in the Big Blue House are exploring abilities of their very own. Ojo continues engaged on her bike-riding, whereas Pip and Pop have developed a synchronized-swimming routine. Treelo searches throughout for his expertise. Tutter, nevertheless, experiences a insecurity when he learns how nice Rita is at kicking the ball in soccer. He tells Bear that he is quitting the crew.
Do Your Thing
There is not any Shadow section in this episode.
Grandma Flutter’s 100th Birthday
It’s Grandma Flutter’s 100th birthday. Bear and the youngsters of the Big Blue House take a while to mirror on ageing and all of the experiences that life has to supply. Ojo, Treelo, Pip and Pop work to embellish the home and put together for the social gathering, however Tutter nonetheless wants to pick a present for her. Bear takes him to the General Store, however he is unsure precisely what to purchase her. While at the General Store, Tutter learns about a few of the fantastic issues that his Grandma has performed in her life. As he hears increasingly, he turns into overwhelmed, till Bear helps him to see how he can work all of it into an ideal reward. Bear additionally performs a sport of chess with Doc Hogg. He’s not superb, however Doc Hogg helps him to see that he has a whole lot of time to be taught. Shadow additionally pays a go to and tells a narrative about about the lifetime of a hammer.
For All Your Days
This episode additionally seems in on-line listings “Granny Flutter’s Birthday.”
Doc Hogg sings Shadow’s music. Additionally, a little bit of “Happy Happy Birthday” might be heard in this episode.
Some of the experiences of Grandma Flutter’s life embrace enjoying baseball (disguised with a moustache) for the River City Rodents, beginning a ladies’s baseball league, starring in the play Ain’t Mouse Behavin’, assembly the Dalai Llama (he spits) and being a steamboat captain.
The View from You
At Mouse School, Miss Maxwell reveals the mice a fruit bowl and asks a few of them to inform her what they see. She explains the concept of standpoint and assigns everybody a challenge to reveal their standpoint to the class. Tutter struggles with the task — so far as he is involved, he sees issues from a “boring old Tutter point of view,” and never any in a different way than anybody else. After listening to about the task, Treelo paints some work to indicate his standpoint. Meanwhile, Tutter finds a digicam his Grandma Flutter gave him and decides to make a movie known as Mouse on Mars — however not solely does he not know a lot about Mars, it would not actually characterize his standpoint. He joins Bear in listening to a Shadow story about the standpoint of a duck and a ladybug. Afterwards, Treelo’s work present inspiration.
It All Depends Upon Your Point of View
This is the first of a set of eight episodes proven from April 24-28, 2006. These episodes have been produced for the fourth season, however did not air on Disney Channel till 2006, nicely over two years after new episodes of the present initially stopped airing. It was lengthy rumored that these episodes would possibly finally seem, as there have been gaps in the identified manufacturing numbers. These episodes have beforehand appeared in some overseas markets.
Tutter’s film-title, Mouse on Mars, shares its identify with a well-liked band from Germany identified for digital music.
To Clean or Not to Clean
Bear returns to the Big Blue House from a enterprise journey for Bearcraft Tools to seek out that every little thing’s a large number. He left Lois in cost whereas he was away and it appears she was completely keen to associate with the youngsters’ concept of not cleansing up in order that they’d have extra time to play. Now Ojo and Treelo are lacking their toys — Snow Bear and Rockboy, Pip and Pop have been caught in one spot enjoying an more and more boring sport of tag and Tutter’s trapped in the cheese drawer. Bear talks issues over with everybody and so they start to see that perhaps their time-saving concept is definitely losing time. They then have the similar kind of concept about taking a shower, however Bear helps them by getting them to visualise what would occur in the event that they stopped taking baths. In the Shadow section, Shadow sings a music about find out how to make doing chores enjoyable.
Clean Up the House
Everybody in the Tub
Brush Brush Bree
This episode options the similar set of songs heard in “Woodland House Wonderful” — “Clean Up the House,” “Everybody in the Tub” and “Brush Brush Bree.”
Let It Go
air day: 2003-02-07
Bear and our mates from the Big Blue House are on their technique to attend a efficiency of the well-known musician, the Great Bandini. All of them are in awe of the Bandini’s talent and on their manner, they meet anyone headed to the live performance — Edwina Badger. Edwina Badger helps all of them to see the musical abilities that additionally they possess. They be taught that there are all types of how to make music and that the voice is usually a highly effective instrument. In the Shadow section, Shadow sings a music about jazz music.
Music All Around
Whoopi Goldberg guest-stars as Edwina Badger/The Great Bandini in this episode.
At one level whereas on their technique to the library, Bear and the gang cease by a signpost. The signpost has arrows labeled with the following: Shah Shalla (left), Brigadoon (proper), Camelot (left), Library (proper), Woodland Valley (proper), Shangra-La (proper), Xanadu (left), Sequoia City (proper), Never Never Land (left).
This episode options two songs heard in earlier episodes — “Otter Love” and “The Grandma Mambo.” Two variations of “Music All Around” are heard, though the second is actually only a shorter model of the first. Doc Hogg additionally sings a little bit of “Pig in the Poke Polka.”
Volunteers of Woodland Valley
Bear plans to go out into Woodland Valley to do some volunteer work, however is sidelined when he journeys and falls on a skateboard unnoticed by Pip and Pop. His “extreme skateboarding” has left him with a sprained toe, as identified by Doc Hogg. Pip and Pop, in addition to Tutter, Treelo and Ojo need to assist out Bear, so Doc Hogg suggests they do some volunteering in his place. At first they are not positive they will do something to assist, however agree after being inspired by Doc Hogg and Bear.
Doc Hogg drops off Tutter, Pip and Pop at the library and Ojo and Treelo off at the fireplace station. At the library, Tutter, Pip and Pop discover that a whole lot of Bear’s volunteering there entails heavy lifting, however resolve that they can assist out with storytime. As they learn Little Bunnies on the Glen to a gaggle of precise little bunnies, Ojo and Treelo attempt to assist out at the fireplace station. They cannot change the tires on the fireplace truck, Bessie, like Bear was going to, however they can assist to wash it up.
Come on In
Clean Up the Truck
This episode additionally seems in on-line itemizing as “Volunteers of the Woodland.”
Blue Home Of The Brave
When Miss Maxwell notices Tutter’s enthusiasm for singing the “Woodland Valley Mouse School Song”, she asks him to sing the Emmentaler Solo in the upcoming recital. Tutter is nervous at first, however the different mice specific their approval of the concept, so he agrees. Later, his doubts resurface when practising at the Big Blue House, however his mates provide him reassurance. Bear discusses the concept of bravery and notes that being courageous typically means merely making an attempt one thing new. For instance, as Ojo’s talent on her bike continues to enhance, she as soon as once more decides to attempt taking off her coaching wheels. In the Shadow section, viewers find out about a flounder who determined to change into a cowboy.
“Woodland Valley Mouse School Song”
“You’re Braver Than You Know”
“The Cheese Chorus/Emmentaler Solo”
The closing credit state “This episode is dedicated to Dean Brent McCune Jr.”
This episode often seems in on-line listings as “Blue Home of the Brave,” however the title proven at the starting of the episode is “Big Blue Home of the Brave.”
Ojo first tried driving her bike with out the coaching wheels in “Step by Step,” however she determined she wasn’t prepared but. In this episode, she has Bear take away them once more, however this time, she is ready to experience with out them.
A Trip to the General Store
On a pleasant day, Bear decides to make a visit to the General Store to choose up some issues he wants. Hearing that he’ll the retailer, everybody in the Big Blue House asks if they will come too, and Bear agrees. They ask him simply how the complete course of of shopping for issues and getting cash works, so he tells all of them about find out how to earn cash and the way clams are used as foreign money in Woodland Valley. Bear needs to get going to the retailer, however as an alternative all of them break up as much as discover methods to earn cash. Finally, all of them get going to the retailer. But one thing occurs at the retailer that teaches them one other lesson fully. Also, Bear spends a while with Shadow at the retailer, and she or he tells him a narrative a couple of turtle who saved cash.
To generate profits, Ojo, Treelo and Tutter create a lemonade stand. Sales are sluggish, however they promote Bear cookies and lemonade for a complete of 4 clams. The lemonade was made with salt as an alternative of sugar and Bear will get a horrified look on his face after he gulps down a whole pitcher full. Pip and Pop generate profits by gathering clams, which they promote to Lois, who says that she’ll make jewellery out of them. They obtain two Woodland Valley clams for his or her sale.
Two rabbit characters are launched in this episode — just a little boy named Billy and his mom Bonnie. Their house was flooded in the storm that wrecked the library in ” Welcome to Woodland Valley.”
Jeremiah Tortoise is the sole proprietor of the Woodland Valley General Store.
Goofs and Nitpicks
In this episode, the characters all use a type of foreign money distinctive to Woodland Valley — clams. However, in “The Yard Sale,” all of them used and cents.
Tutter’s First Big Sleepover Bash
While Treelo, Pip and Pop are staying at Otto and Etta’s, Tutter holds a sleepover for all classmates at college at the Big Blue House, with Ojo becoming a member of in as nicely. The mice are astounded by the measurement of the home and every little thing in it, however Bear does his finest to guarantee them that they’re going to be nicely taken care of. He means that they consider it as their “home away from home.” They resolve to play a sport known as “parmcheesy” and Ojo’s frightened as a result of it appears like a sport just for mice, however Tutter assures her it would not be a celebration with out her. When it comes time for mattress, Keisha needs to name her mother and father and shortly all the different mice do too. As for Tutter, he is a bit frightened what the mice will consider his stuffed toy, Kitty, however Bear reveals him that all of them have their very own stuffed toys. As they settle in to sleep, Luke is first uncomfortable along with his pillow after which needs to listen to a lullaby. Shadow seems to sing her particular lullaby, however Luke misses the one sung by his mother and father and needs to go house.
Come on In
Home Away from Home
Bear discovers the distinctive difficulties of feeding a big group of mice in “Tutter’s First Big Sleepover Bash.” He first places out a cheese platter, however is stunned when the contents vanish earlier than his eyes. Tutter tells him that they “warmed up on that” and Luke signifies that they are ready for a extra substantial snack. So Bear makes baked Brie for them.
Noel MacNeal as Bear and Moss
Peter Linz as Tutter
Vicki Eibner as Ojo
Anney McKilligan as Rita
Tara Mooney as Shadow (voice)
Lynne Thigpen as Luna (voice)
A Strange Bird
One morning, Bear decides to go to the submit workplace, realizing that Jeremiah might be sluggish in delivering the mail and questioning if something’s come. At the submit workplace, he finds a two-week outdated postcard that reveals penguin named Puck from the South Pole is paying a go to to the Big Blue House — at the moment! Bear hurries house to greet Puck. Everyone there may be keen to satisfy him, however the youngsters start to fret after they discover his meals tastes and his behaviors considerably odd. They attempt to play with him, however fear that they only do not perceive him. Meanwhile, Tutter learns all about variety at Mouse School.
It Takes All Kinds
The youngsters of the Big Blue House play the music “I Only Have Ice for You” for Puck. The title of this music is a spoof on the basic lounge music “I Only Have Eyes for You”, as carried out by Frank Sinatra.
The music in this episode, “It Takes All Kinds,” is Track 4 on the album Playhouse Disney 2.
Let It Go
When Bear visits the kitchen for a glass of water, he finds Pip and Pop wanting one as nicely. They make a touch with the water for the Otter Pond, saying that they’ve a “serious situation.” They inform Bear that they are frightened the Otter Pond goes to dry out and Woodland Valley will flip right into a desert. Bear provides them reassurance after which seeks to seek out out the origin of this rumor. It seems to have come from a relatively shocking supply. Later, when rain lastly does come in the type of a storm, each Bear and Shadow do their finest to assuage the youngsters’ worries.
Come on In
You Got to Let It Go
Shadow Is Here
No Harm (Alternate Version)
This Is Your Life, Bear
When Bear decides to do some stress-free and tune to his favourite station, WCHA-CHA, he hears an announcement for a contest. The station will play a pattern from a cha-cha file and the first caller to establish the identify of the tune and the artist will win. Bear resolves to sit down tight in order that we cannot miss the contest, however has to stand up to assist out when the youngsters in the Big Blue House name. Luckily, he manages to make it again in time for the contest and succeeds in being the first caller and figuring out the file. He wins a visit for himself and everybody in the home to Sequoia City. Tutter overhears him celebrating, however solely hears just a little of it — he hears Bear saying that he wants a trip and thinks that he is upset. He and the remainder of the youngsters resolve to place collectively a particular celebration for Bear to indicate him how a lot he is appreciated.
It’s Great to Be a Bear
Thank You, Bear
The episode title seems in some listings with no comma and typically with an exclamation mark.